Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    It is safe to lend barley to him who has oats.

    Source: Danish
    It is the raised stick that makes the dog obey.

    Source: Danish
    It is time enough to take off your hat when you see the man.

    Source: Danish
    It is too late to cover the well when the child is drowned.

    Source: Danish
    It is too late to cry cat, when the bacon is eaten.

    Source: Danish
    It is too late to throw water on the cinders when the house is burnt down.

    Source: Danish
    It is useless to gape against an oven.

    Source: Danish
    It is vain to fish without a hook, or learn to read without a book.

    Source: Danish
    It is well to have clean bread in one's wallet.

    Source: Danish
    It must be a hard winter when one wolf devours another.

    Source: Danish
    It needs a high wall to keep out fear.

    Source: Danish
    It needs a light spirit to bear a heavy fate.

    Source: Danish
    It needs but slight provocation to make the wolf devour the lamb.

    Source: Danish
    It takes a good many mice to kill a cat.

    Source: Danish
    It takes many words to fill a sack.

    Source: Danish
    "It will come back," said the man, when he gave his sow pork.

    Source: Danish
    Italian devotion and German fasting have no meaning.

    Source: Danish
    Jest with your equals.

    Source: Danish
    Joy is like the ague; one good day between two bad ones.

    Source: Danish
    Joy surfeited turns to sorrow.

    Source: Danish
    Justice oft leans to the side where the purse pulls.

    Source: Danish
    Keep not two tongues in one mouth.

    Source: Danish
    Keep to the little ones, and the big ones will not bite you.

    Source: Danish
    Keep your mouth, and keep your friend.

    Source: Danish
    Keep your nose out of another's mess.

    Source: Danish
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